Protecting Tenants in Ireland
Posted on 03. Oct, 2019, in Community, HomelessnessNo Comments
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Threshold was established by a Capuchin Priest, Fr Donal O’Mahony 41 years ago to help the poorest of the poor have some sort of help and representation when it came to living in the bed sits and slums in Cork and Dublin.
Since then, legislation has improved to protect those living in rented accommodation. However, we are again experiencing a homelessness crisis not seen on this scale since the days of the slums.
Here Conor Deane speaks with John Mark McCafferty CEO of Threshold Ireland. John Mark speaks about the incredible demands his agency experiences from both Irish families and the tech workers who are invited to come and work and live in Ireland.
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